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in a positive and constructive way to our economy and yield all sorts of innovation we can't even imagine right now, but it's probably going to be narrower slices. >> host: and we'll go back to todd shields of bloomberg news for more questions. >> thanks. on the unlicensed, it's an interesting concept. you mentioned needing big, powerful transmitters across big areas, but, of course, there's an alternative vision which is have a lot of smaller shrubbery, if you will. i'll work on the analogy more later, where we would have a lot of small wi-fi hot spots that would carry people's internet traffic. and i think that's some of what was behind the report you mentioned earlier about nationwide free service. now, whether anybody could build a network that thick and extensive and actually make it you pick bytously useful, i imagine, is another question. but there is a debate going on that you'll get to weigh in on which is when you design the auctions, how much of the airwaves should be devoted to these free, unlicensed uses versus should it be carpet remnant, or should it be a little bigger a chunk? t
of big blocks of spectrum, and it's destructive in a positive and constructive way in the economy and yield innovation that we can't even imagine right now, but narrower slices in smaller areas. >> host: back to tom shield of bloomberg news for more questions. >> thank you. it's an interesting con cement, you mentioned the big powerful transmitters to cover big blocks in big areas, but there's an al -- alternative vision, use smaller shrubbery to make it work where we have a lot of small wifi hot spots capable of carrying internet traffic, and these days, it's some of what was behind the report you mentioned earlier by nationwide free service, and whether anybody builds a network that thick and extensive is another question. there is the debate going on that you'll get to weigh in on which is when you design the auctions, how much of the air waves should be devoted to the unlicensed uses versus should it be carpet remnants or a bigger chunk? to the extent you devote those unclinessed uses, it's not sold to at&t, verizon, t-mobil, whoever are the competitors. a little bit of unlice
of a nationwide, the block spectrum. let's try to have licensees. thean be very good for economy and do all kinds of innovation we can only imagine right now. >> we will go back to todd shields from bloomberg news. >> thank you. it is an interesting concept. these big transmitters that covers big areas. --is the alternative vision there is the alternative vision. there would be a lot of small wi-fi hotspots that would be able to handle all of this internet traffic. i think that is some of what was behind the report you mentioned earlier. you mentioned nationwide, free service. isanyone could fulfill that another question. --re is a debate going on when you design the options, how much of the airwaves should be dedicated to these free, unlicensed uses? promotextent that you those unlicensed uses, you're not selling it to at&t or t- mobile wow. where are you on that issue? a little bit of unlicensed use or a lot and see what might happen with that? >> we try to offer as much as we can. if broadcasters are giving up six megahertz or reclaim that six megahertz, we should auction that six megahertz. w
in america. high schooler alan shimp of pennsylvania won first prize her his industry on the economy and spending. and a group from knoxville won first prize with their documentary on public transportation. watch the winning videos each day next month on c-span and see all the documentaries at student cam.org. >> "the communicators" winds up its visit to ces international 2013, the consumer electronics show in las vegas, with a look at several booths to see some of the technology that's being unveiled this year. >> host: and now joining us on "the communicators" is henry massey of the venom corporation. mr. massey -- >> guest: hello. >> host: -- what is it that venom makes? >> guest: well, we actually are producing a product here called data guard. it's a scooter product for your mobile twice. now, the idea of data guard is it makes an encrypted link between your mobile device and the internet which stops people grabbing your wi-fi connection and grabbing your data sent over the wi-fi connection. it's a really big danger with mobile devices when they're used on open wi-fi networks, p
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